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JUNG (http://jung.sourceforge.net) is in Java, but it's a software
library (with demo code) that has the capabilities you need. Your
timeframe is probably short enough that you don't have time to port the
necessary code to C++, but you might be able to call our libraries from
and if you have questions about using JUNG (we have pretty good
documentation), feel free to ask.
Anyway, good luck.
On 11 Dec 2004, at 10:15, Isaak Mahdi wrote:
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> My employer has asked me to enhance one of our software
> applications with SNA capabilities for examining business
> process management. Unfortunately, the timeframe for this is
> very short as we need a way to show our stakeholders an analysis
> of our employee/customer network.
> Since time is so constrained, I have limited resources for
> integrating software written in a language I am unfamiliar with
> (this is on top of my normal duties...). In order to integrate
> it with our existing codebase, it must be in either VB, VB.NET,
> C#, or C++.
> I humbly ask if anyone is able to help by sharing SNA algorithm
> code (closeness, centrality, degree, eigenvalue, ANYTHING...) or
> could point me in the right direction, my manager and I would
> be most grateful.
> Thank you,
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